Christmas is one of the Queen the favorite times of the year, and the opportunity for her host to a continually growing family in Sandringham. For Harry in Meghan was supposed to be a special Christmas special, their last before he greeted the baby in the spring, and the first with the royal family in Meghan's mother, Doria Ragland.
According to reports, Meghina's mother, who lives in Los Angeles, was invited to join the Queen and the Royal Family at Sandringham in Norfolk, which will be another royal first.
Usually, only family members were invited to Queen's Christmas table, but last year was an exceptional exception when she joined the royal family for Christmas, although Harry and Harry were not married yet. Now the queen has broken the tradition again, so she invited her to the family gathering, which, as the presiding judge, expects a record family participation this year.
The Queen invited all her family members to join her at the end of the second successful year, which included two royal weddings, a royal child, a royal prediction for children, and the milestone of the 70th birthday. The sources close to her Majesty, who are said to have associated with Meghan about their common love of dogs, say they wanted to extend the Christmas invitation to Meghan's mother that Meghan was not in an awkward situation during the holiday season.
"The Queen was very impressed with Mrs. Ragland when they met," the royal source said. "The queen knows that Meghan's family situation is complicated and that it is easiest for Meghan and Harry to be together and with Doria, which they want everyone to join Sandringham, where there is enough room. This is not the norm, but it seemed that things have changed lately. "
The Kings went out of their way to greet Meghan from the beginning of her relationship with Harry. Prince Charles gave a couple of keys to Birkhall in the first months of his romance, while William in Kate invite a new couple to stay with them at their home in Anmero the previous Christmas. Kate was pregnant Louis at the time.
This year, we expect that the guests of Sussex will be in the main house in Sandringham together with other family members. The Queen obviously wants to be as many as seven grandchildren. "Love socializing and socializing with all children," says a family source. "The queen had a very successful sleep in summer in Balmoral, who hopes to repeat this Christmas."